CLE Seminars

Revisiting the Lindbergh Case: Has Bruno Hauptmann's Death Sentence been Impeached by Contemporary Standards of Due Process and Professional Conduct?

Thursday, November 7, 2019
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm


Location: MBA CLE Room

Credits: 1.0 Hour Substantive and 0.5 Hours Ethics

Moderator(s): Peter E. Moore, Esq.

Speaker(s): Mark Turetsky, Esq.; Leigh Narducci, Esq.; Joseph Hylan, Esq., David Farrell, Esq. and Hon. William Nicholas.

Topic: THE LINDBERGH TRIAL: In 1936, Bruno Hauptmann was tried and executed for kidnapping and murder of the infant son of Charles and Anne Lindbergh. The Hauptmann trial ignited public emotion and the debate as to his guilt or innocence continues to this day. Thus the question posed: Has the reliability of the jury's guilty verdict been impeached by contemporary notions of due process and professional conduct? Three prominent Montgomery County criminal attorneys will discuss four (4) Critical elements of the trial: Due process, evidence, competence of counsel and trial publicity.

Registration: Lunch & Registration 12-12:30PM.


Online Registration is Disabled

Online Registration for this CLE is not available at this time. Please contact the bar association if you have questions at 610-279-9660, ext. 200.